I put up a new podcast, so the one referenced below is a previous podcast. I am putting link here for you, so you can go check out show and new track mentioned below.
On my podcast for today and this weekend, I include one last new track I have done. It's a cover of Tom Petty's "Let Yourself Go," from the Mojo release. I rarely do covers, but took accception with this one, and big Tom Petty fan. How can you hear it? Go to podcast link here on website and it will be the 3rd song on the show. Again, this will be on an early spring on line digital release. You can download entire CD, or individual tracks. I might have a small amount of physical hard copy cd's made for good friends and fans and of course will tell you have to get access to those!
That's the room where I put down some of the guitar tracks for Let Yourself Go. My acoustic, I took that into vocal booth in back and sat in there and laid acoustic track. That amp is a Fender Blues Deluxe. We simply miked it up with a shure 57 mic (yeah it worked) and I dialed it in to get the tone I wanted. I used my Stratocaster to lay all guitar parts. Vocals were done in vocal booth. Drums and bass done by my friend Rick. Me and Jerry Leal did the keyboards using a hammond patch. A combined effort :) Finally, this was mastered by Mr. Jeff Sanders. He has an awesome biography and has worked with BTO, REO Speedwagon, War, Stevie Wonder for starters. Just google Jeff Sanders mastering engineer. This track was produced by The Human.
For those of you that take the time to read this stuff. You get inside information on Human Project music that no one else gets. I take the time to do it for you. Appreciate ya.
The Human at Pyramid Studio's in Fresno.